Author Archives: Dan Kozuh

Review: Destrage’s ‘A Means to No End’ is a fresh throwback

Posted by on October 24, 2016

A Means to No End is the 4th release by Italian metal band Destrage.  The quintet consist of Paolo Colavolpe on vocals, Matteo Di Gioia and Ralph Salati on guitar, Gabriel Pignata on bass, and drummer Federico Paulovich.  This is a band with a lot of confidence; they take their time with every song – not always attempting to melt your […]

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Review: Wormrot’s ‘Voices’ is the good kind of uncomfortable

Posted by on October 17, 2016

Voices is the 3rd full-length album from Singapore trio Wormrot (including a new drummer in Vijesh Ghariwala); consisting of 20 tracks, only 3 of which exceed a minute and a half in length. With the attention span usually saved for hardcore punk albums, can you get into the rhythm of a song that is over as soon as […]

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The new Superjoint song will Ruin You

Posted by on October 13, 2016

It’s been 13 years and several public scandals, since Phil Anselmo released any music under the Superjoint Ritual moniker. Members Joe Fazzio, Michael Haaga, and Hank Williams III did not return for the band’s reunion in 2014, and neither did “Ritual.” Simply called Superjoint, version 2.0 of the band found drummer Joe Gonzalez (from Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals) and Stephen […]

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